Netflix’s “Britney vs Spears” is almost here.
On Wednesday, the streaming service revealed the poster and first official trailer of its highly anticipated documentary detailing Britney Spears’ life and her very publicized conservatorship, a legal arrangement in which she has no control over her own estate or other aspects of her life, in which she has been involuntary placed since 2008. A court grants a conservatorship for individuals who are unable to make a decision for themselves due to physical or mental limitations. The documentary will debut on the streaming service on Sept. 28.
The poster shows a detailed painting of the pop star as she holds her neck, as if it seems like she’s strangling herself. “No more secrets. No more silence,” the caption on Twitter read.
No more secrets. No more silence. pic.twitter.com/rnc32psgyC
— Netflix (@netflix) September 22, 2021
The trailer has snippets of Spears’ testimony from June, when she spoke in a Los Angeles courtroom fighting to end her conservatorship. “I just want my life back,” she said as the clip started.
Then as the video continued, the voices of different people chimed in on their thoughts and findings regarding the conservatorship and the singer’s life.
“Britney had a fear that her family would